Let the Unarchived Speak

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Blair, Thomas L
Editions Blair
Date of publication
6 March 2020
Social Policy, Minority Groups, Community Development and Regeneration
Social welfare
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This e-book aims to amplify and clarify the Black perspective in the British intellectual heritage and public affairs. It examines migration across the Black British diaspora, whether forced or voluntary. It also supports collaborative knowledge production between gatekeepers: archivists, curators, policy makers and social groups.

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